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Starting tonight, this central European country goes in

lockdown mode for a month.

Business was not good and not getting any better since
last Spring and that proved to have heavy consequences
but this next step, at the beginning of Winter, will have se-
vere, dire effects on the quality of life of all in these lands.

All the best to everyone! The deniers will suffer the most
and will have caused the greatest harm.



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Stay safe!



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I read that in Michigan, they made a soft lock again.

That would be a reasonable solution if it were a soft virus,

leading to a soft illness and eventually a soft death.

This chosen way will make your economy run softly but the
pandemic knows not the variations in all this… it is brutal.



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There is a second lockdown in my country (Greece) for the last 2 weeks and it will continue
Over there you can’t go outside anymore without texting the government
Every person with no permission from the government will be fined 200 euros , you can imagine that an average Greek will have to work 7 days to make that money

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Starting tonight, this central European country goes in

lockdown mode for a month.

Business was not good and not getting any better since
last Spring and that proved to have heavy consequences
but this next step, at the beginning of Winter, will have se-
vere, dire effects on the quality of life of all in these lands.

All the best to everyone! The deniers will suffer the most
and will have caused the greatest harm.

I sympathize with the particularly disastrous consequences of lockdowns on small businesses. Those who have caused the greatest harm, however, are not the so-called deniers but are, instead, those who blithely unleashed this virus on the world in the first place.



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… those who blithely unleashed this virus on the world in the first place.

 

Yes, I see your point and they will never be forgiven for that… not by me.

HTH, with a broken bone, what IS your responsibility, to take care of your-
self first or to blame those who caused the wound?